Food and wine capital of the Cape, claims the sign at the entrance to the charming little South African town of Franschhoek whose largest winery is Franschhoek Vineyards. The traditional old image of a co-op winery is a far cry from this vibrant 120-member corporation today, where the drive is always toward better quality and individuality of style. Semillon was the legendary variety brought in their luggage by Hugenot refugees who turned the town into a French quarter in the 17th century. Chenin is the dominant grape of the area today in the town with the distinctly French